Japanese Gardens for Today
Hardback coffee table book by David H. Engel with a forward by Richard Neutra. Published in 1959.
"Japanese towns, villages, houses, and gardens are often miracles of land economy, brought about both out of necessity and from a general sense of thrift. This book gives much more than a glimpse of the "humanized naturalism" of the Japanese landscape, a landscape that proves that even a tightly massed civilization need not spell the defilement of the natural scene but, in fact can mean its glorification."
Condition: Very good, light vintage wear, missing dust jacket.
Dimensions: 9" W, 11" H, 270 pages